'Star Wars' fever gripped the UK on this day in 1977, when the first release in the franchise finally hit British cinemas.
'Star Wars' is back on the small screen, while a beloved children's book series gets the animated movie treatment.
Never-before-seen Jedi Knights in Star Wars: Visions, spooky tree knights in The Green Knight, nights out in China with The Farewell.
Star Wars: Visions presents an anthology of work from different Japanese animation studios, untethered from the burden of ‘canon’.
Billie Eilish presents a concert film, 'Deadpool' makes it to Disney+ at last and there's a new animated 'Star Wars' series.
Disney have revealed footage of a realistic retractable lightsabre that is set to debut at the Star Wars"Galactic Starcruiser hotel in 2022.
Bill Burr vocalises criticisms of Gina Carano's firing and social media 'cancel culture' during a podcast episode.
The actress spoke to Ben Shapiro about Pedro Pascal, her controversial tweets and being called a "racist" and "transphobe."
Carano was fired from the "Star Wars" series last week after posting and reposting a string of controversial messages.
Cheered on by outraged fans, Lucasfilm fired actress following history of controversial social media posts. Now conservative critics like Ted Cruz have taken up her cause, claiming she's a victim of "cancel culture."
A California auction house on Monday withdrew from sale a lightsaber described as having been used by Luke Skywalker in the first "Star Wars" movie after fans raised concerns about its authenticity. The lightsaber was due to be sold by Profiles in History at a Los Angeles auction on Thursday with an estimated sale price of up to $200,000. It was described as having been one of five designed by Oscar-winning "Star Wars" set decorator Roger Christian and used by actor Mark Hamill's young Skywalker character in the 1977 film "Star Wars: A New Hope." Christian had supplied a letter of authenticity to accompany the sale.